Europol Improves Data Exchange with New Zealand
8 August 2022
2018-Max_Planck_Herr_Wahl_1355_black white_Zuschnitt.jpg Thomas Wahl

On 30 June 2022, the EU and New Zealand signed an agreement on the exchange of personal data between Europol and New Zealand to better fight crime and terrorism. The agreement aims to promote law enforcement cooperation while ensuring strong protection of fundamental rights, such as data protection in particular. Europol officials will be able to assist New Zealand authorities on a case-by-case basis in investigations, specifically in the fight against terrorism, organised crime, child sexual abuse and cybercrime.

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